Mötley Crüe - Girls, Girls, Girls

7.4 | 210 votes |
Release date: 15 May 1987
Style: Glam rock


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01. Wild Side
02. Girls, Girls, Girls
03. Dancing On Glass
04. Bad Boy Boogie
05. Nona
06. Five Years Dead
07. All In The Name Of...
08. Sumthin' For Nuthin'
09. You're All I Need
10. Jailhouse Rock [Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller cover] [live] [bonus]
11. Girls, Girls, Girls (Tom Werman And Band Intro) [rough mix of instrumental version] [bonus]
12. Wild Side [rough mix of instrumental version] [bonus]
13. Rodeo [bonus]
14. Nona [instrumental demo idea version] [bonus]
15. All In The Name Of... [Live in Moscow] [2003 reissue bonus]
+ Girls, Girls, Girls [video] [2003 reissue bonus]

Additional info
Re-released in 2003 on Hip-O Records with all the bonus tracks from the 1999 Motley Records reissue, plus one live bonus track and a video

Staff review by
Something from the New York Dolls, a bit of the more groovy and dirty part of the punk rock scene, a big dose of lust for fast women and fast cars and tones of alcohol, drugs and rock n' roll extravaganza and what you get is… Motley Crue of course! And back in 1982 they gave birth to glam/sleaze hard rock with their ultra dirty and full of power and groove sound with "Too Fast For Love".

published 28.12.2005 | Comments (6)

Guest review by
omne metallum
Probably the best description of this album comes from Mötley Crüe main man himself Nikki Sixx. In his book The Heroin Diaries, he notes that usually he sobers up long enough to write an album, yet for Girls, Girls, Girls he was unable to do this and boy, does it show. A prime example of a genre renowned for style over substance (except for the illicit kind), this album is a good summation of that stereotype.

published 12.04.2020 | Comments (3)

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02.11.2011 - 10:12
Born we are the same, within the silence, indifference be thy name
Torn we walk alone, we sleep in silent shades
The grandeur fades, the meaning never known
02.11.2011 - 10:28
Troy Killjoy
Who, Mötley Crüe or girls? (And is there a difference.)
I have no memory of this place.
02.11.2011 - 12:15
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Horrible album, but then again Motley Crue have always released crap to megacrap
Member of the true crusade against European Flower Metal

Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
Dawn Crosby (r.i.p.)
05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996


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